casno. : CAS 11032-49-8
Vitamin K is a derivative of a naphthoquinone group having the biological activity of chlorophyllin. Naturally occurring vitamins K1 and K2, vitamin K1 is widely found in green plants and is an important source of vitamin K in foods; vitamin K2 is mainly synthesized by intestinal bacteria.
Synthetic vitamin K3, K4, K5, K7 and the like. Vitamin K2 is biologically active in animals,and both vitamin K1 and vitamin K3 are converted to vitamin K2 to function. The three forms of vitamin K are converted into vitamin K2 in the liver and are absorbed and utilized together with vitamin K2 synthesized by gastrointestinal microorganisms.
Vitamin K2 MK7 Powder
Light yellow powder
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